The Miami Hurricanes and Florida State Seminoles will collide this weekend in Tallahassee, with much on the line. One of the greatest college football rivalries of the 1980′s and 1990′s, Miami owned the first half of the past decade, while Florida State has been the better program the last few seasons.
With both squads undefeated for the first time since 2003,…
For those who tuned into ESPN’s BCS Countdown on Sunday night, the matchup between Miami and Florida State was front and center. Commentators Rece Davis, Jesse Palmer and David Pollack openly mocked the Hurricanes, despite the team’s undefeated record halfway through the season.
“The No. 7 ranking is a mirage. In my opinion they’re not even a Top 10 team,” Palmer said of…
It’s certainly not the way head coach Al Golden drew it up, but in almost three years at the helm of the UM program what has been?
Like Georgia Tech and North Carolina, Wake Forest prepared well for Miami and brought something new to the…
The Miami Hurricanes survived another thriller this past weekend, rallying back with two fourth quarter touchdowns to knock off Wake Forest. The Demon Deacons had an early 14-3 lead and were controlling the clock, but the Hurricanes made some halftime adjustments and figured out a way to turn things around in the 24-21 win.
Next up, the week everyone has been…
Duke Johnson punched in the game-winner with :53 remaining. Two plays later Antonio Crawford intercepted Tanner Price to seal Miami’s 24-21 comeback win over Wake Forest, capping off a week where the Hurricanes went through the ringer according to head coach Al Golden.
“We fought, found a way to win the end and just happy to move on now,” Golden told ESPN’s Shelley Smith before…
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